Workshop presentations developed and presented by LIANZA, CatSig and the National Library
This presentation describes the 4 main factors involved in the implementation of RDA: final publication of RDA, evaluation by the national libraries associated with the development of RDA, changes to the MARC formats and implementation of MARC changes by library system vendors. (Microsoft Power Point needed for this)
An overview of the structure of the final draft of RDA. Covers the conceptual differences between RDA and AACR2, the changes to the MARC format associated with implementing RDA and some more specific details of the new rules. (Microsoft Power Point needed for this)
Introducing RDA : the new kid on the block (copyright Amanda Cossham)
A presentation developed for the RDA/FRBR Workshops presented by LIANZA, CatSig and the National Library in March 2009
Provides brief background to the development of RDA (Resource Description and Access), compares what RDA will do with what AACR2 does, outlines FRBR (functional requirements of bibliographic records), and highlights some steps that can be taken prior to implementation.
The FRBR model (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic records)
An examination of the FRBR model (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records) using Shakespeare's Macbeth as an example. This presentation concentrates on the Group 1 entities Work, Expression, Manifestation and Item. (Microsoft Power Point needed for this)